For full functionality of this site it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser.
Ubuntu Network logo
Sign up to our mailing list:

Dialogue Day 5: Critical Media Literacy for Development Education

Date: 28 February 2011

The following resource was compiled by the Ubuntu Network based on Dialogue Day 5, which brought together participants from a range of disciplines including teacher education, sociology, development studies, media studies and communications to share insights on how we might use media in all its forms (television, radio, cinema, print media, written text, internet etc.) for the purpose of Development Education:

If you cannot view the file, click here to download the PDF.


Additional Resources:

Download the flyer for Dialogue Day 5

Download presentation Teacher Education and the Cultural Imagination in an Age of Austerity: Old Media, New Media & Development Education by Dr. Paul Conway, University College Cork

Download presentation Someone Else's Shoes: Developing a 'Serious Game' for Educatingabout Migration and Interculturalism in Ireland by Dr. Debbie Ging and Dr. Miriam Judge, Dublin City University

Download presentation Film in the Classroom for Development Education: Possibilities and Challenges by Dr. Gerry Jeffers, NUI Maynooth

Download presentation How Much Can Be Taught through the Simpsons? Engaging the Student through Visual Media by Kathryn Moore, St Dominic's College, Cabra

Download presentation The Politics of Images in a Mediated Environment by Dr. Gavan Titley, NUI Maynooth